Monday, May 4, 2020

CJNG boss Gerardo Gonzalez Valencia is extradition-ready; U.S. has 30 days to complete transfer

"MX" for Borderland Beat
Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) leader Gerardo González Valencia, who is imprisoned in Uruguay since 2016 for his money laundering activities, is now extradition-ready. The U.S. government has less than 30 days to complete the transfer. A few weeks ago, he came close to going out free after the U.S. government refused to accept the extradition deal proposed by the Uruguayan government.

In February 2020, the Uruguayan government agreed to extradite González Valencia to the U.S. just as long as he did not face the death penalty or life imprisonment if found guilty. But U.S. authorities wanted the possibility to convict González Valencia of life imprisonment and refused to accept the terms. Since González Valencia had already fulfilled his money laundering sentence in Uruguay, he was close to being released.

His attorney issued a motion to request his release and the final decision was left to the Uruguayan Supreme Court. However, last week, they rejected his release petition and amended the extradition deal. Uruguayan officials were swift in ensuring that González Valencia's extradition deal was amended because they fear that he has plans to escape prison. Investigators stated that a drone was found spying over the prison where González Valencia is currently in when his extradition deal was originally refused.

Background
Gerardo González Valencia is the brother of Mexican drug lord Abigael González Valencia ("El Cuini"), who headed the CJNG and Los Cuinis. This criminal group has presence in Mexico, the U.S., Europe and Asia. González Valencia coordinated international money laundering schemes by using shell companies to purchase assets in Latin America, Europe, and Asia.

His wife Wendy Dalaithy Amaral Arévalo was reportedly working with him on this large money laundering scheme when the couple moved from Mexico to Uruguay in 2011. He had millionaire properties and businesses in Punta del Este and Montevideo, Uruguay.

The original documents of the investigation framing González Valencia were leaked in 2015 through the Panama Papers, where it detailed real estate transactions and industrial sector investments tied to him. After a multi-year investigation by Latin American officials and the U.S. Department of the Treasury, González Valencia was arrested in Montevideo in April 2016, and imprisoned for money laundering charges.

Note: This article includes excerpts from the Wikipedia page of Gerardo González Valencia, which was published by Borderland Beat reporter "MX" in March 2017. It includes over 95 sources.

38 comments:

  1. Enjoy your stay in the states scumbag.

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    1. Unfortunately he will escape before then.

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    2. Lol. Good one.

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    3. This guy is not getting extradited!

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    4. He will be a king inside club feds with the wealth he has created from illegal activities

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    5. Yeah right,like all the scumbags that basically do the same thing but aren’t prosecuted because they are politicians or they wear a badge?

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    6. Where they will cut a deal in which he will be out in 5 years. Nice try blowhard

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    7. Unfortunately the only true power in the feds are the usa prison gangs. This guy may hold sway on the mexicans there but to everyone else this guy wld be a target. A mark.

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  2. If they send him over it might be time to go pay ole Mexico a visit .

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  3. They cant finish the chapitos and theres what only 4 of them?

    The Valencias have 10+ Brothers. Its gonna take a long time.

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  4. Get ready to die in ADX mother fucking cockroach

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  5. Great another one 👍 going to prison.

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  6. He must be pooping his pants by now..😂😄🖕

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  7. Homeboy best get all the in prison partying done he can. His worse nightmare is getting ready to happen.

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  8. Bienvenidos a los Estados Unidos compa. Ojala te vaya mal.

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  9. If not for the damn Panama Papers! How many others would have continued to fly under the radar?
    Was he under The United states watchful eye prior to the Panama Papers borderlandbeat?

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    1. 5:12 PM The US intelligence agencies were the one's that leaked the panama papers. They knew about the Cuinis in the 80s when some of them were in the states.

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    2. Panama Papers started with the killing of General Omar Torrijos by the CIA to leave SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS graduate general Noriega in his place.
      Then Noriega started misbehaving, because he forgot, or never knew who his masters were... then God created Panama Papers to leak.

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    3. Uruguayan newspapers state that Gerardo was accused of drug trafficking in California in the 1990s, but I have yet to find an indictment about that. The indictment included below says he was involved in drug trafficking since 2003. It was filed on 5 May 2015, which was BEFORE the Panama Papers leak on 15 April 2016.

      What was uncovered with the Panama Papers was his massive involvement in money laundering worldwide. Gerardo had his name all over in companies he bought using Mossack Fonseca law firm.

      https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/4214662/1/united-states-v-gonzalez-valencia/

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    4. 8:09 Panama Papers did not start as such, they started when the6 were leaked, the business of "using Panama" started when Omar torrijos became presidente and declared himself a communist pinko narco-socialist that had to be thrown from a helicopter to make room for pretty boy Noriega. There were forces of the devil pushing to make Panama autonomous, even john Wayne writing to president Reagan about his being obtuse about it...
      Panama Was Used as much as the Cayman Islands, to invest illegal proceeds from all over the world and LatinAmerica and is still doing business like Nothing happened, even with noriega in prison, because banana republic dictators are cheaper to buy than a load of bananas...there is Plastic Banana Revolutionary juan guaido spending his american subsidies with Hoes in Colombia, partying like there is no tomarrah, like Dr Calero and son.

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  10. Fck out of here if you think cjng can function with high ranking members in US custody. They’ll get abigail and menso tweeker ass soon enough

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    1. The Valencia family/portion of the cartel alone has 14 direct siblings. Even if/when Mencho goes down, they have plenty of people to run things from the top.

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    2. But abigael and mencho are the main ones. Erick valencia will kill the rest of the cuinis if they dont fold first.

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  11. Was it worth it? Life in the high security wing of ADX Florence is a very scary thing due to extreme isolation and lack of human contact
    Most prisoners in that wing of ADX simply lose their minds. Anyhow, enjoy your stay.

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    1. This man will not go to adx

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  12. Damn I was hoping he would get released the US is only after them for there money

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    1. Not really only to procecute for the crimes he did, related to the USA.

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    2. 6:37 Alfredo Beltran Leyva was prosecuted for the crimes and life of his Brother Art, but Art was never his own boss himself, it it like this. He did not buy the Toluca Airport from La Barbie, remember Estado de Mexico is ruled by the Atracomulca Cartel, surviving members sons of elder statesman Carlos Hank Gonzalez the hank rohn brothers, owners of tijuana, texas, chihuahua, cancun and their polesias and presidentes could know something about who rules the world, leyzaola and capella know who the boss, the cuinis grew too much, but never knew how to read a map, like los viagras or US drug trafficking "rapers" who started selling crack from a hole in the wall in abandoned buildings and are now billionaires, they made billions for their employers some of whom are now powerful respected "politicians against mexican narcos"

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    3. comments like 5:13 are what I so thoroughly enjoy...points me in thedirections to really learn something I didnt know

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  13. whats not to like free food, free rent, free toothbrush new friends meet the all star chapo just a thought

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  14. 30 days alot can happen in between

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  15. Why do they refer to criminals using all their names, I never understood that. ie..Joaquin Guzman Loera and in the above article Wendy Dalaithy Amaral Arévalo, Gerardo González Valencia..John Wilkes Booth..lol

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    1. 1:28 "out of respect for the office", some say...
      Bill Maher has been quiet,
      i mean has he been bought?

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  16. This guy has been in jail for years, how is this the only picture of him that exists? Surely he had a booking photo.

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    1. There is another one released by the U.S. Department of the Treasury:

      https://www.justice.gov/file/1101016/download

      I don't know how old it is but he looks younger.

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    2. Thank you. Same goes for Abigail. again, he has been in custody for years always same dtock photo. Strange

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  17. The U.S. want their cut $$ 💰

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